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Doris writes to Martha to inform her that the Cliffords are in Europe and won't return til September and thus unable to contribute to the scholarship fund.

M. H. Saywond, secretary for Mrs. A. F. Bemis, writes that Mrs. Bemis received three scholarship fund appeals and hopes that this may help correct other errors of duplication.

Mrs. Thacher donates $150 for an annual scholarship.

This letter is from Mrs. Polhemus sending Ms. Berry a scholarship donation and wishing her a happy new year.

Mr. Arrott sends a $150 check in response to an appeal for scholarship funds.

Grace B. Hadley (G.H.) sends Martha Berry an enclosed check in the amount of $50.00. G.H. notes that the check is meant to fund a scholarship which G.H. plans to have fully funded by the end of the year. The letter is sent from 56 Baldwin St., Youngstown, Ohio.

A letter from Martha Berry to Lowell F. Hobart thanking her for the donation she sent to the Berry Schools. Berry also explains the method she likes to employ when it comes to giving students scholarships. She wants students to feel like they really earned the money, when it has really been donated for them.


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